Excellent for Drinking and Bath
gastrointestinal diseases, diseases of the liver, gall bladder, kidney
dislocations, bruises, rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago, disc disease, spinal inflammation, fractures
nervous system, liver, stomach, respiratory tract, gynecological, chronic non-specific dermatitis, acne, psoriasis, kidney stones and urological, poisoning with certain heavy metals
reinforce the reduced secretion of gastric juice and increase its acidity, normal functioning of the cardiovascular system, improve body functions of dental and bone substance, strength of the teeth and bones, preventing the processes of decomposition of toxic substances
HOT SPRINGS MEDICAL & SPA HOTEL is a place where the guests can enjoy active recreation, excellent medical and wellness services, pampering treatments, supreme local dishes entirely made of natural products, peaceful rest in the heart of Pirin, or cultural monuments, historical and spiritual sites.
Situated in Bania, Spa Hotel Aspa Vila is an easy drive from Razlog and provides a sauna, an outdoor pool and free wireless internet access in all areas. It also features a gym, a Jacuzzi and a mineral bath. There are a variety of amenities at the hotel, including massage services, bicycle rental and a day spa.
Thermal SPA Hotel Roman Bath gives the guests comfort, warmth and relaxation, to create a friendly atmosphere. Hotel works both with groups and individuals, adults and children, or even with sports teams looking for a place to train. Hotel parking will shelter guests’ cars for free.
The village of Banya is situated 6 km from Bansko and 5 km from Razlog. There are more than 25 mineral springs with temperatures varying in the range of 28є C to 58є C. There is also a balneological health center. The water is clean, scentless and without a precipitate, good for drinking. The mineral springs in the site are the reason this region to be settled very early. The first inhabitants are the Thracians, which is proved by the remains of their culture around the old bath and outside the village dated back about IV century BC. In II century BC the region was conquered by Philip II, the king of the Macedonian tribes. A temple of Apollo (as a god of health) was built then in the village. During the III century BC in the region came Celts, and remained to live together with the Thracians. With the expansion of the Roman Empire during the I century BC the valley of Rila, Pirin and Rhodopes was joined to it. Traditional Rome thermals that can be seen even today, were built in the village. There are several archeological sites in the village and its surroundings because of Banyas long history. The old Roman thermals, which are about to be renovated, and St. George church are announced monuments of culture. The tradition of local crafts as iconography, wood-carving, loom and embroidery is still alive. Banya is currently undergoing massive development into a spa and wellness resort with plenty of new hotels, restaurants. The village is perfect for winter and for summer tourism, too.